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Best way to run two 3840 x 1600 monitors via a T580 (or T570) via thunderbolt 3 connection

Q: Best way to run two 3840 x 1600 monitors via a T580 (or T570) via thunderbolt 3 connection

Hi All,What is the best to run two 3840 x 1600 minitors (LG 38UC99-W http://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-38UC99-W-ultrawide-monitor) via a T580 (or T570) via thunderbolt 3 connection? Do I have to buy a dock/port?Many thanks

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Anyone know how many lanes the thunderbolt connection on the T570 has? Don't see it listed in specs.

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Hello, My company recently purchased a dual 4k setup for a work station. The setup is the following:2 ThinkVision P27 monitorsLenovo ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 DockT570 (Type: 20HA) I setup the monitors and docking station yesterday and was able to power the displays using a X1 Carbon 5th gen (i5 model type: 20HQ) thru USB-C without issue. I have a user testing out the desk now with a T570. I'm able to get one monitor to funtion at 4K and the other is running at 1080p. If you check display settings I'm unable to increase the resolution to 4K. I've updated all drivers on the T570 including the display driver and thunderbolt docking station driver this morning and the system still fails to power dual 4K. I brought back the X1 I used previously and it powers the screens normally. I checked the specs of the T570 and its identical to the X1 as far as processor is concerned and the model page claims the USB-C port on the T570 can power dual 4K. What else can I try?

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I just replaced my CX1 Gen 5 with a CX1 Gen 6 and for the first time I was able to get 3840 x 1600 resolution on my 38 inch monitor. Was there an option to do this on my Gen 5 and I just never know it was there or is this something new? In my configuation is states 2560 x 1440, confused?  ThinkPad X1 Carbon 6GPart Number: 20KHCTO1WWProcessor : 8th Generation Intel® Core? i7-8650U Processor with vPro (1.90GHz, up to 4.20GHz with Turbo Boost, 8MB Cache)Operating System : Windows 10 Pro 64Operating System Language : Windows 10 Pro 64 EnglishDisplay : 14" WQHD (2560 x 1440) IPS anti-glare, 300 nitsMemory : 16 GB LPDDR3 2133MHz (Onboard)Graphic Card : Integrated Intel® UHD Graphics 620Body Color : BlackCamera : 720p HD Camera with ThinkShutter and microphoneFingerprint Reader : Fingerprint ReaderKeyboard : Backlit Keyboard - US EnglishPointing Device : UltraNav (TrackPoint and ClickPad)Security Chip : Hardware dTPMTPM Setting : Hardware dTPM2.0 EnabledHard Drive : 1TB Solid State Drive PCIe-NVMe M.2 OPAL 2.0Battery : 3 cell Li-Ion 57WhPower Cord : 65W AC Adapter (2pin) - USB Type CWireless : Intel Dual Band 8265 Wireless AC (2 x 2) & Bluetooth 4.1 with vProIntegrated Wireless Antenna : WLAN antennavPro Certified Model : vPro CertifiedDisplay Panel : 14.0" WQHD (2560x1440) IPS, Anti-Glare, 300nits, non-Touch, 720p HD Camera, BlackBase : Intel UHD Graphics 620Language Pack : Publication - English





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I'm about to order a T580 today and I see there is a choice of "6cell Battery 48Wh Rear" and "3cell Battery 24Wh Rear". Does anyone own the 48Wh battery for the T580 (or T570) so that they can confirm if the 48Wh batter sticks out at all? I want a battery that does not raise the laptop. Also where can I buy a second (spare) battery that is exactly the same as the "6cell Battery 48Wh Rear" and "3cell Battery 24Wh Rear"? Are there any accurate pictures of the 6cell 48Wh battery online someone can send me a link to? Thanks in advance. My first post!

A:Battery for T580 (T570)

Take a look at the parts list website.  It has pictures too.  Sort by rechargeable batteries on the left side check box. https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-... Also here is a video of the 6 cell i found on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhOKGcf56-c





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I bought a T570 running on Windows 10 with a resolution of 3840 x 2160. It works quite well for most applications like Chrome, Windows and Office apps. In others however the fonts and icons are almost unreadable tiny. I noticed many of them are Java-based or rather old.  I tried playing around with the scaling in the display settings of Windows. Setting it to 210 % improved the readability of the apps that were already OK, but it had no effect to the problematic apps.  Has anyone else the same problems?Is there any way I can adjust the scaling of these apps? 

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Good afternoon, Would you so kind to advise if the keyboard for the ThinkPad T570 can be used to replace a keyboard on a ThinkPad T580 (20L9)  Thank you in advance for your help!





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Hello, Any help/suggestion please? Thank you.Regards,





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Good afternoon, Would you so kind to advise if the keyboard for the ThinkPad T570 can be used to replace a keyboard on a ThinkPad T580 (20L9)  Thank you in advance for your help!

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Ok.. I'll try to keep this breif. I bought this laptop SPECIFICALLY for the capability to run 2 external monitors via Thunderbolt 3. I have spent thousands of dollars on the laptop, monitors, and cables and put hours of research into making sure everything was compatible and it won't work.  My setup is as follows: Thinkpad T580 with TB3 portTB3 to Dual DisplayPort Adapter(x2)Monitors are both 32" Samsung 1080P monitors at 60hz (NOT 4k) Here's what I have done: Updated display drivers directly from Intel(newer than Lenovo provides)Updated BIOSUpdated FirmwareBought MULTIPLE adapters thinking it was possible an adapter problem.Bought MULTIPLE cables thinking it could be a cable problemI called Lenovo tech support and, after 10 minutes of convincing the tech that my laptop even has a TB3 port he obviously was unable to resolve it so I was mailed a new motherboard and a tech came to my house and swapped the board out. Same issue.  The laptop detects only ONE monitor at a time. If I plug them both in to the displayport adapter, one of them will work, the other will say it's not connected. If I unplug the monitor that is on, the previously undetected monitor will immediately be detected and turn on.  If I plug the undetected monitor into the HDMI slot it will detect and output. But this is NOT the functionality that I have spent thousands of dollars for.   I am out of ideas and now quite sure that, even though the marketin... Read more

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Folks - Just wanted to share the early results of my experiment with adding a Thunderbolt 3 eGPU enclosure to my T570 laptop. I just got this up and running, but everything operates mostly as expected so far. The only negative items so far are that my Ultradock does not have a Thunderbolt 3 port, so I must connect the TB3 cable directly to the laptop. Also, when cold booting with the laptop installed on the dock, the bitlocker password screen will not display on monitors attached to eGPU. The logon screen only displays on laptop screen (even when laptop is closed). My configuration is as follows: System specs Lenovo T570 Thinkpad LaptopIntel® Core? i5-7300U CPU @ 2.60GHz8.0 GB RAMIntel HD Graphics 620Machine Type Model: 20H9000PUSWindows 10 (64-bit) eGPU hardware Akitio Node EnclosureNvidia GTX 970 with 3 ea 1920 x 1080 monitors attached Installation stepsInstalled updatedThunderbolt drivers (16.3)Plugged in Akitio Node with GTX 970 installedInstalled Nvidia driversUpdated Akitio Node firmware Benchmarks Cinebench R15OpenGL with internal Intel HD Graphics 620 = 31.80 fpsCPU with internal graphics = 290 cbOpenGL with Akitio Node and GTX 970 eGPU = 98.4 fpsCPU with external graphics = 326 cb Now running 3 x 1920 by 1080 monitors on the GTX 970 plus the laptop display. I believe that I can now use a total of 6 displays (three attached to eGPU and three attached to laptop, but I have not tried that config yet...

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Hi, I have a T570 and also thinkpad's Thunderbolt 3 Dock. Intel graphic 620 is shown in my device manager. When i connect a 4K monitor to native HDMI port on my Laptop, it works with 4K resolution.. But when same monitor i connect to my dock DP 1 or DP2 or HDMI, it works on 1980 * 1080 p resolution. I have installed latest graphics driver, updated bios of BIOS and firmware of dock. Not sure why even ONE monitor cannot be supported at 4K Any help will be appreciated.

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I have the exact same equipment at home and at work and yet the resolution on my second monitor at work will not go to the 3840 x 2160 that I have at home. Both locations have:1. X1 Yoga (first gen, model number 20FQ002YUS) -- It's the same laptop that I take between home and work2. ThinkPad OneLink+ Dock (model number DU9047S1)3. Two (2) Asus monitors (model number PB287Q) that go to 3840 x 2160 max resolution, connected to the OneLink+ Dock via DiplayPort cables I've been running this configuation with NO PROBLEM at home for the past 9 months.  So I recently purchased a new OneLink+ Dock and two new monitors for my work office and while one monitor will go to 3840 x 2160, the other will not go above 1920 x 1080, UNLESS, I use a mini DisplayPort cable from the second monitor directly into the X1 Yoga (bypassing the OneLink+ Dock) HERE'S WHAT'S BAFFLING: I assumed it was the dock and so I brought the one from home to work and found I had the SAME problem, suggesting it was the second monitor.   But I exchanged the second monitor for a new one and still have the same problem.  The docks are running the most current firmware. I'll send a gift card to your favorite coffee house if you can solve this mystery.  Thanks!

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I am trying to run two external monitors one via TB3 and the other via HDMI, each works individually but not at the same time. Does the T580 hardware support 2 external monitors, if so how would I set it up ? 

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I have a ThinkPad T580 with the Ultra Dock (40AJ0135US) and I'm wanting to use two external 4k monitors. I found this post (https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/How-many-DisplayPorts-are-available-on-t...) that seems to indicate that this cannot be done, but it doesn't make sense since the dock utilizes two USB-C connections from the T580. Can a DP and USB-C on the dock be used for two 4k monitors? Is there any combination of ports that would allow the dock to support two 4ks? Will Lenovo be releasing a monitor compatibility matrix soon for their new laptop lineup, like this one: https://support.lenovo.com/ca/en/solutions/pd029622#USB-C%20dock ? I appreciate any help!

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Is this the highest resolution we can go, and dam why are they so expensive ?

I take it they`re way better then 1920 X 1080 ?



Monitors 2560 x 1600 Maximum Resolution at TigerDirect.com

A:2560 x 1600 Monitors why are they so expensive.

Because they are 30 inch monitors!

You can get 2560 x 1600 resolution in a smaller monitor, but to get that resolution in a 30 inch monitor requires billions more pixels (OK- slight exaggeration. Maybe millions)

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Does the Thinkpad P51s support the Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Dock? I have the Thinkpad P51s with stock Windows 10 Pro and updated to latest drivers and Windows version and installed the latest Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Dock drivers. Attaching the Thunderbolt 3 Dock to the P51s as described in documentation, it charges the notebook, however, noting attached to the dock is recognized. I've tested with attaching USB flash drives, headphones, Ethernet, HDMI, and DP, but nothing is recognized nor are any warnings/errors displayed in Windows. While the Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Dock is listed as being compatible with the P51s and T570, the notebook order page does not list the Thunderbolt 3 Dock in any of the accessories lists. Lenovo Sales also confirmed that the Thunderbolt 3 Dock is fully compatible with the P51s.  However, I needed to purchase the Thunderbolt 3 Dock separately from the notebook order. What's going on? Has anybody successfully used the P51s or the T570 with the Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Dock? Or is this something I need to wait for full support via a future BIOS/driver update? Or perhaps my Thunderbolt 3 Dock is defective? Thanks,Boris 

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I have a Lenovo T570 (Type 20JW, 20JX) Laptop (ThinkPad) and ThinkPad Basic Dock (40A00000WW).   I have a monitor plugged into the VGA connection on the docking station.  I have another monitor connected to my laptop with HDMI.  When the laptop is docked, the display will show on the laptop and the monitor connected to the dock.  The monitor connected via HDMI goes black.  When the laptop is off the dock, the HDMI monitor works.  Is there a way to get both monitors to work without having to buy a different docking station?  I know the ideal situation would be to get a different dock with 2 connections on it, but I was hoping not to have to pay for another dock.

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Checking to see if anyone has had this issue. We have 5 T570 20JW, running the most current verison of Windows 10Pro and since Yesterday (9/18/17), whenever a user undocks their laptop and then redocks it the external monitors do not turn back on and Windows does not recognize the 2 displays either. The only way we have been able to get them to show back up is to either reseat one or both of the monitor cables from the dock or put the laptop into sleep mode and then wake it backup using the docking station power button. It's not the displaying drivers causing the issue, at least not directly as we have tried the most current and the last release and neither fix the issue and as I stated this just started on 9/18 and the most current drivers are a few months old now. My only guess is that it's one of the 5 lenovo updates that where installed yesterday or the latest bios update (See the attached picture). I haven't had the chance yet to uninstall each of the 5 updates because I will need to go download the last version of each of them first, but wanted to see if any one else has had this happen and to forwarn anyone that has one to be careful with the most current updates. Thanks, Joseph


























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So I have a Precision 5510 laptop with Xeon processor, no 4K screen.  My question is about this thunderbolt dock TB16.  I have one HDMI out and was asked if I can make that work on 3 external monitors.  None are 4K.  Is that possible?  Can it function as extended desktop, not duplicated? And if so, is that 3 external plus laptop? Or is the laptop screen on of the 3? 

A:Thunderbolt Dock & 3 Monitors

Depends on resolution - see this article for more information:
www.dell.com/.../SLN301105

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My office just upgrated to the the Zbooks with thunderbolt docking stations. Most of us have 2 monitors. Those of us with LG monitors can not connect both monitors using the Display ports or it locks up the docking station or notebook. If we connect one in the display port and one with VGA it will work. But the one in the display port drops from 1680X1050 to 1600 X 900. The one connected with VGA will have 1680 X 1050. Notebook will not let us put the display port any higher than 1600 X 900. This are the same monitors. On the old notebooks we had this was not a problem. Both were being run at 1680 X 1050. Please someone tell me what I need to do to get this to work. On the filp side some people have Bell monitors and this is not a problem with them. It is only with the LG monitors that we have this problem. The LGs are 2 years old.  The dells are over 5 years old.

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I am trying to sovlve the problem of driving two 4 k monitors with my P50 W7 with a dock. Nvidia states it is a Lenovo issue. So I try the work around with a thunderbolt adpater.  I bought two. 1.StarTech.com Thunderbolt 3 to Dual Monitor DisplayPort Adapter - Thunderbolt to 2x DP Converter - 4K 60Hz The P50 will not recognize this.  I loaded the newest drivers and still no good. Does not recognize it.  I see that W10 has a brand new software release 9/26/16.   Where is the one for W7? 2.TechOrbits USB 3.1 Type C (USB-C & Thunderbolt 3 Port Compatible) to DisplayPort 4K UHD USB-C to DisplayPort AdapterThis one worked after some scary video episodes.  I used it last night.  Now no good. Something failed?   My device manager does not show a 3.1 usb. So when will Lenovo fix this so we can drive two external DisplayPorts? This is a real problem. Does anyone have a workaround for W7? ?03-04-2016 08:27 AM Had the same problem. Internally, BOTH ports on the dock are hooked up to a single GPU port, so all monitors are effectively limited by a single DisplayPort 1.2 bandwidth. You can run 4K monitors @ 30Hz though. Or get a Thunderbolt 3->DisplayPort adapter.

A:Thunderbolt Controller on P50 dual 4k monitors

Had the same problem. Internally, BOTH ports on the dock are hooked up to a single GPU port, so all monitors are effectively limited by a single DisplayPort 1.2 bandwidth. You can run 4K monitors @ 30Hz though. Or get a Thunderbolt 3->DisplayPort adapter.

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I tried to ask on Reddit but it looks like nobody knows the answer. trying it here  where could I find a confirmation that the T470 with onboard HD 620 graphics can drive two 4K Dell P2415Q at 60Hz monitors when connected via Thunderbolt? PSREFs just say it can support up to 3 displays (which is cool, but at what resolution and what will be the refresh rate) and max resolution supported is 4K at 60Hz (again, great, but how many of them?)I was planning to use either the Startech's Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adapter or Dell TB16 dock to connect the monitors, as Lenovo is not providing ways to connect two 4K monitors over the DisplayPortIdeally, I'd love to have a dock which can connect both monitors but as I understand current generation of mechanical docks does not allow to use two 4k monitors, I guess it has something to do with bandwidth of chips used for DP ports in the docks.

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 Hello all, I am a solutions architect trying to solve an issue which I have never heard of before. Though others users are having this same issue, my experience has been different then what they have seen. First,The following are the Security options for Thunderbolt devices as per user guide

No Security: Allow Thunderbolt devices to be connected automatically.
User Authorization: Allow Thunderbolt devices to be connected after user authorization.
Secure Connect: Allow Thunderbolt devices to be connected with a saved key that has been approved by the user.
Display Port and USB: Allow only DisplayPort-compatible devices and USB devices to be connected. Thunderbolt devices are not allowed to be connectedI don't think this is entirely true or at least does not apply properly each time. My scenario:T480, T580, or Yoga x1 3rd genImaging with a standalone MDT environmentDevices come pre-configured from Lenovo with Thunderbolt 3 Security Options set to "User Authentication" Installing all the drivers in the latest SCCM driver packs that Lenovo offers - though the x1 3rd gen driver pack was missing on the site this morning. On some devices, this security option seems to do absolutely nothing. MDT uses the local "Administrator" account to perform post-OS items. I'd say about 75% of the devices reach their destination and the user logs in for the first time as a user, not an admin, and the dock functions properly; monitors/mice/keyboard/etc. work. 25% of ... Read more

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I have narrowed the issue down to a software issue.  I have tried resetting the dock, the computer, updated to the newest driver as well as even replacing the dock itself.  I had an extra and thought the dock ports might just be dead but the new dock doesnt work either.  I have also tried both ports on the PC in order to rule that out as well.  Does anyone have suggestions?  Thank you in advance!!

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OOTB when I connected the Thunderbolt 3 dock to my X1 Yoga (3rd Gen), the monitors behaved correctly. I installed all available updates for the machine as per the Lenovo Companion App, this included some firmware upgrades the dock. When I came into the office this morning, the laptop would not switch from single monitor mode, and the screens connected to the dock are not detected. Steps I've taken:Checked for updates via the Lenovo siteInstalled a Thunderbolt 3 Firmware upgradeReinstalled the Intel Display DriverAttempted to install drivers directly from intel (failed. referred by error message to lenovo website)De-authorized & Re-authorized the dock via Thunderbolt SoftwareI feel like I've made a simple settings change that is preventing the dock from showing me the devices available. Anyone have any ideas?

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OOTB when I connected the Thunderbolt 3 dock to my X1 Yoga (3rd Gen), the monitors behaved correctly. I installed all available updates for the machine as per the Lenovo Companion App, this included some firmware upgrades the dock. When I came into the office this morning, the laptop would not switch from single monitor mode, and the screens connected to the dock are not detected. Steps I've taken:Checked for updates via the Lenovo siteInstalled a Thunderbolt 3 Firmware upgradeReinstalled the Intel Display DriverAttempted to install drivers directly from intel (failed. referred by error message to lenovo website)De-authorized & Re-authorized the dock via Thunderbolt SoftwareI feel like I've made a simple settings change that is preventing the dock from showing me the devices available. Anyone have any ideas?

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After the time spent with Dell Support doing diagnostics and updating video drivers to those official Dell drivers on the support page, my new XPS 15 9550 with 4K touch display continues to struggle when using external monitors. I have two (2) Dell U2515H monitors.
I have updated ALL of the drivers and BIOS to the very latest files available on the Dell support page, including the newest Thunderbolt 3 driver.
When the laptop is NOT connected to any external monitors, I am NOT experiencing any trouble.
When the laptop is connected to ONE external monitor via the onboard HDMI port, I am NOT experiencing any trouble.
Trouble begins with the addition of ANY external monitor via the USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 port.
I have experimented with the following three adapters, all producing the same result:

Dell USB-C to HDMI (2.0), part number 047KD7
Dell USB-C Port DA200, part number 5KMR3 REVA00
Cable Matters USB-C to DisplayPort
First, regardless of which adapter. my laptop ramps up the fan for as long as the adapter is present.

Second, although the monitor works with any of the adapters at the proper resolution, all of the screens will go black about every 10-20 minutes and the displays will seem to resize and reset. In this process, about half of the time, the windows open on the monitor connected to the USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 port will either minimize or relocate to the primary display (the laptop screen). However, the laptop itself doesn't freeze. I tried running a YouTube video t... Read more

A:Trouble with XPS 15 9550, USB-C/Thunderbolt 3, and external monitors

This is apparently a problem with the Thunderbolt 3 driver/firmware and/or the Intel 530 graphics drivers. I see very similar issues using Dells new TB15 Thunderbolt 3 Dock. Normally when I'm in my home office I use my 9550 with the lid closed using an external monitor connected to the HDMI port. All works perfectly. When I try to use the Dell Thunderbolt 3 Dock and connect my external display to its HDMI port it is unstable. Sometimes the external screen goes blank for a few seconds. When the system wakes up from sleep or I reboot it it does not come up on the external display but I have to open the laptop and switch back to the external monitor. Basically it is unusable. Still waiting for Dell to fix the issues.

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Hi, I  got Yoga 920 with Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Dock that is connected to two 4k Samsung monitors. Just recently when I put Yoga 920 to sleep the monitors will switch off, but in 10-15 sec start looking for a signal.Basicaly screen goes to black (looks like monitor is off) and then in 10 sec it switches on a show blank screen with input name on (DisplayPort) and than it goes off and in 10 sec on with input name ..... this keeps cycling on and off. This is happening on both monitors. It's strange as it used to work fine untill recently (apropox 1 week ago). Im on latest bios with Yoga 920 and latest firmware for Thunderbolt 3 Dock and Lenovo Vantage says my system is up to date. The windows recently updated to Windows 10 (1709), not sure if that is related. Any help how to fix this issue?  

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HiI have 2 Lenovo devices:-Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga, i7-7500U, 16GB, SSD 512GB, WQHD OLED 14inch touch, LTE, W10P-Lenovo ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 Dock - Port Replicator - (Thunderbolt 3) - GigE-And i have 2 monitors whit a DisplayPort connection. These are connected with the dock. What i try to do:I wont to work whit these 2 monitors and whit the monitor from the X1 Yoga itself. My Problem:It only works with 2 screens at the same time...- If the laptop is open. I can work whit the screen from the notebook and wiht 1 external monitor.- If I close the laptop. I can work whit both external monitors.- But when I open the laptop again. 1 Monitor turn into black. I updated everything whit the Lenovo System Update Tool. Everything is up-to-date.Also the Windows Updates are Up-to-date.Manually checked from the Intel website, also everything is up-to-date. Is there anyone else having this problem? Any advices?Thanks a lot & Greetings   

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Not able to get two monitors (Samsung S27E450) plugged into a ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 docking unit to work with my X1 Yoga (Gen 2).   Montiors connected to docking via DisplayPort cables.   Windows 10 shows the monitors showing up as "Generic PnP" so something is being recognized.  Tried deleting the device in Device Manager, reboot.  Not finding the drivers on the Samsung site.   Any help appreciated. 

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Hi!I just got a new "X1 Carbon 5th Gen - Kabylake (Type 20HR, 20HQ)" and a "X1 Carbon Thunderbolt 3 Dock". I have an external screen connected to the dock and it works fine (VGA connection). I also have an other monitor with display (DP) connection that I want to use. But my computer can't find the other monitor, only the one with VGA connection. Is there any easy ways to fix this problem?Best regards

A:ThinkPad X1 Carbon 5th gen can't connect 2 external monitors in X1 Carbon Thunderbolt 3 Dock

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hi all i updated my tb firmware through companion,worked ok till a did a few reboots now i get ms message saying try to improve your usb connection on start up, and i have no attached devices showing anymorewhy does lenovo have this broken version wich is 13 comming up as the latest update when i had 16 that worked finecan someone confirm wich is the latest update pleaseand why  has the link to 16  been taken down thanx in advance

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Hi.  Hoping that someone can provide a little guidance, and show me where I must be doing something wrong. T480 (20L5 model) running Windows 10 1709 (Core i5, 8th Gen Intel)Thunderbolt 3 Dock (40AC model)Installed Thunderbolt Software is:  17.3.74.400System BIOS is:  1.12BIOS Thunderbol setting:  Security Level - No Security When I connect the dock to the laptop via Thunderbolt 3 connector, the laptop DOES draw power.  So I know that it basically works.What it does not do is anything else.  Connecting ethernet, usb keyboard and mouse, or even VGA monitor has no results. Des anyone have any suggestions about what I might be doing wrong here?  Other settings to check?  Or am I possibly dealing with a faulty component? Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Chris

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Anyone know how many lanes the thunderbolt connection on the P51S has?

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I have three ZBook 17 G3 that I cannot get a Thunderbolt dock installed correctly on. The first does not seem to want to install the thunderbolt driver, so that one's fun. The other two are having a different issue entirely. I have read multiple threads here about similar issues, and none have offered a solution for my situation.I have tried the latest BIOS, I have tried an older BIOS, I have downloaded the drivers and firmware(which won't install because it doesn't detect the dock) Whenever I plug the dock in, Windows installs the drevices, but gets stuck and winds up with a "Base System Device" that it cannot find a driver for. I have tried three different docks, and three different cables. All have the exact same result. Is there an obscure driver that I need to download to install that is not obvious in all of my searching? Any questions or clarifications, I'm happy to respond. -Keith

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Unfortunately I still haven't resolved the issue with my laptop. It's rather frustrating because we have an identical laptop and hardware setup with one of my colleagues and his works fine. No combination of BIOS update software uninstall and reinstall has resolved this issue. It's a shame because I have been accustomed to using the docking station for my older Compaq based laptop / Workstation and I really do love the feature.

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I recently (yesterday, 16/08/16) started experiencing the dreaded Blue Screen of Death whenever my laptop is connected to my HP Elite Thunderbolt 3 Dock. The machine is a HP ZBook 15 G3. It has been connected to this dock for over a month without this issue. I'm not sure why the sudden issue as I don't recall any updates or new software prior to this happening. The dock is connected to 2x monitors via HDMI cables, and an ethernet cable. I connect a wireless mouse and keyboard to a USB3 port on the laptop. If the dock is connected to the laptop on startup, it reaches the login screen before BSOD. If I start without it connected, it will BSOD a few seconds after connecting the dock. It never gets to the point where the monitors display anything. It can boot with the dock connected in Safe Mode, as this seems to disable it from working. I have updated all drivers and the BIOS (including downloading the Softpaq Download Manager) but there has been no change. I've also updated the NVIDIA drivers to the latest version without change. What should I do next to solve the issue?

A:BSOD upon connection to HP Elite Thunderbolt 3 Dock

I would personally try isolating the culprit, then go from there: 1) remove 1 monitor from the dock, then test2) remove ethernet from the dock, then test3) remove the last monitor and hook it directly to the laptop, so the dock is attached with nothing to it, then test4) I have my dock set to "Always Connect" in the thunderbolt software, not sure if that helps any.

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The cable is broken, and I cannot find anywhere to buy just the cable.I cannot believe that I need to buy a new package (dock, cable etc,) when I just need the cable?

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Good Afternoon, does anyone know what I need to connect an Apply Thunderbolt Display to my current M Series ThinkCentre?  I have searched online and I am finding mixed answers... Thanks in advance

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I have exactly this issue (exame same symptoms) with a G17.Happens even if there are no peripherals attached to the docket. Was on .09 of the BIOS, upgraded to latest, no change. Have updated all HP and Intel drivers and utilities. Also removed graphics drivers in safe mode and reinstalled clean, no change, and performed an sfc /scannow.Was working fine week before last, no idea what changed to cause this. 

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I am trying to use a 3rd party external GPU enclosure that attaches via thunderbolt, and when attached, I got the message pop-up that external GPU support was not enabled by the vendor, and as such the device will likely not work? Has Dell locked the Latitude 7480 down to no external GPU support?

A:Latitude 7480 - Thunderbolt 3 - Thunderbolt software say external GPU support not enabled?

Probably.  I read somewhere that since Dell is pushing their Alienware external GPU stuff that uses a proprietary connection, they never enabled external GPU support via Thunderbolt.  

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Hi,
I myself own an XPS 15 9550 and noticed that I was not getting the full Thunderbolt 3 speedover it's Thunderbolt 3 port. I expected speeds around 2700MB/s, because of the overhead withthe theoretical gross speed of 3870MB/s, but I only ever got 1400MB/s out of it.
I did some digging and found out that none of the XPS notebooks with Thunderbolt 3 are evenable to achieve the full TB3 speeds, because they are only connected with two PCI Express lanes (x2.3).You can read more about this on the following links:Dell Subreddit PostChipset Digging on Forum

Thunderbolt 3 and the promised speeds were the MAIN REASON I even bought this notebook.I feel very cheated here.

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Because I didn't liked USB 3.0 ethernet chipsets and USB-based ethernet cannot bear some network-intensive tasks, I wanted to use PCIe-based Thunderbolt ethernet controller on my XPS 15 9550. As there is no Thunderbolt 3 "PCIe" ethernet adapter (except docks), I chose to buy Apple Thunderbolt 3 to 2 adapter and Thunderbolt 2-based ethernet adapter.
I plugged it into the XPS 15 9550 (tested with BIOS 1.1.19, 1.2.14, 1.2.16 and latest Thunderbolt firmware with NVM version 16), and the PCIe device did not pop up. Instead, only USB billboard device is appearing saying that "Alternate Mode configuration not attempted". Both Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.10 failed to detect the device. I moved this configuration to MSI GS63 laptop, and it detected ethernet controller successfully (that laptop utilizing NVM firmware version 18).
It seems that other vendors are affected with lower NVM firmware version involving setup with Thunderbolt adapter: see the case of Lenovo too. Do you have planned Thunderbolt NVM firmware update for XPS 15 9550? Looks like XPS 13 9360 is using newer Thunderbolt NVM firmware version, though.

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Has anyone been able to get a driver for this Scanner to work in Windows 7.?

A:Scanmaker 3840

Aljay have you tried the last driver for it from Microtek?

Downloads : Microtek Lab

Just had a quick look at it and it also contains a Vista driver (both 32 and 64 bit), which should work in 7.

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I bought a new 55 inch 4k tv and have it connected to my computer via hdmi. The highest resolution windows 7 shows is 1920x1080. I went into the graphic card settings and that is also the highest resolution. My graphics card supports 4k and all the latest drivers were downloaded from there website. How do I change my resolution to 3840x2160?? This is my first post and Ive spent days researchin this problem. Thanks!!

A:How do I get windows 7 to display 3840×2160 (4k)

Well if you are running HDMI it should register automatically

have you checked your CCC for resolution scaling
GPU-68: How to Configure GPU Scaling Option in AMD Catalyst

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